Halftime at the 1961 Rose Bowl was probably the funniest halftime show of all time until Justin Timberlake topped it over 40 years later.
It all started a few days before the game when a student from irrelevant college football program Caltech disguised himself as a reporter and interviewed a University of Washington cheerleader.
He got all the details for a flip-card stunt that the University of Washington planned to pull at halftime.
They found out that by altering 2,232 instruction sheets, the entire Huskie fan section could be jipped into saying anything.
During the halftime show, the first 11 patterns played out as planned, however, the 12th pattern which was supposed to display a Huskie was looking an awful lot like a Beaver.
The 13th pattern was thought to be a mistake as it spelled "HUSKIES" backwards, but these last two patterns were proven to be no mistake when the 14th and final pattern spelled out "CALTECH," and then it all made sense.